Problem Solving Team Training (i.e. SLD)

Introduction:

REGION 10 PARTICIPANTS:

This training is delivered in two phases. There are 5 on-line learning modules and 2 days on-site.  The online learning modules will introduce you to the critical features of a system of assessment, research-based instruction and intervention and data necessary for a quality referral for a special education evaluation. At the end of the 5th webinar, you will be directed to a registration site for the on-site training.

In the two-day on-site training, you will go into greater depth learning to individualize the comprehensive evaluation by integrating multiple sources of data and linking achievement and basic psychological processes.

Instructions for Accessing the Webinars & Materials

Webinar 1:  Overview

  • 3 tiers – Overview
  • 4 Purposes
  • Intro to the Webinars to Come

Webinar 2:  SRBI

  • SRBI vs Research-Based vs Research-Informed
  • Accommodations / Modifications

Webinar 3: Core

  • Screening
  • Systems Evaluation
  • Evidence-Based Instruction
  • Research-Based Instructional Practices

Webinar 4: 2nd Tier

  • Diagnostic / Instructional Match
  • Research-Based Instructional Practices
  • Progress Monitoring

Webinar 5:  3rd Tier

  • Progress Monitoring
  • Intensive Research-Based Instructional Practices (individualized)
  • Suspected Disability – Eligibility

Time: Total time with all webinars 2 hours 20 minutes

CEU’s: 1.25

Webinars:
Webinar 1     Webinar 2     Webinar 3     Webinar 4     Webinar 5

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Region 10 Events
Events on February 2, 2015

Statewide PHD Mtg

Starts: 9:30 am

Ends: 3:50 pm, February 2, 2015

Location: District 287/ITV in Byron

Events on February 3, 2015

Voice to Sign Interpreting

Starts: 5:30 pm

Ends: 7:30 pm, February 3, 2015

Location: Faribault Middle School 704 17th Street SW, Faribault MN 55021 Room A100

Description: Target Audience:

Interpreters working or seeking to expand their work in educational settings

Workshop/Course Description:

Voice interpreting can be challenging especially when a deaf person uses a lot of non manual markers, gestures and facial expressions that don’t have a “word” or a “glossed sign” for the interpreter to use. This workshop will help interpreters working towards certification learn how to let go of word/sign translations, voicing fragmented sentences and to focusing more on meaning, smooth transitions, reading facial expressions, body language and giving the complete meaning of what a deaf person is conveying. This workshop will also address strategies for picking up fingerspelled words and numbers, using fillers for transitions and expanding on the message.

This workshop is open to all levels of interpreters.

Educational Objectives:

Practice word choices for facial expressions, non manual markers, gestures, etc.. that don’t have a “sign” or “glossed word”.
Share and practice strategies to let go of word/sign translations and go for meaning.
Practice producing an interpretation with complete English sentences and incorporating smooth transitions, language expansions and use of fillers to keep the language and message flowing.

Events on February 6, 2015

PHD Network

Starts: 9:00 am

Ends: 3:00 pm, February 6, 2015

Location: ZED

Events on February 6, 2015

State DHH Meeting

Starts: 9:00 am

Ends: 3:20 pm, February 6, 2015

Location: Intermediate District 287, Xenium Lane North, Plymouth, MN, United States